Why not San Diego County, California, 1911
Diamond brand coffee
Part of our American Institute of Wine & Food Culinary Collection.
Happy national coffee day!
"Arco" at Santiago, by Howard Gulick, May 2, 1964
From the Howard E. Gulick Papers, MSS 91
Spend the winter in California, circa 1900
Daily excursions from San Diego via Cuyamaca Ry. : daily opportunity to go to the mountains, 
A broadsheet, printed and illustrated on both sides, promoting tourism to the El Cajon Valley and Lakeside, especially the “highly improved fruit ranches” and other mountain resorts of Alpine, Ramona, Julian, Santa Ysabel, etc.
Pleasant Valley Land and Water Company, County of San Diego, State of California. Winchester, 188- Unissued stock certificate
The Southern California Investment Company, incorporated July, 1890
Describes property for sale in La Jolla Park, Morse’s Addition near downtown San Diego and 14,000 acres in El Cajon Valley. E. W. Morse was president of the Company, while Douglas Gunn and A. E. Horton served as directors
Flit advertisement proof, between 1930 and 1940, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230
Photograph of San Diego Czech immigrants campaigning for William Kettner
Depicts a group of San Diego Czech immigrants and their children surrounding an early automobile as they campaign for Congressman William Kettner. Several people wave American flags, there are banners that read “Czecho-Slovak” and “Jugoslavia” as well as a large banner that reads “Morris Binnard for District Attorney, Kettner for Congress.” Kettner, a Democrat, represented California’s eleventh district in the House of Representatives from 1913 to 1921.